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The nine million dual eligibles who qualify for both Medicare and Medicaid benefits make up one of the country's most vulnerable populations. Beneficiaries frequently encounter barriers to healthcare access and have great difficulty navigating the complex administrative system created by the uncoordinated and often conflicting incentives of two beneficiary programs. The Affordable Care Act contains several provisions intended to improve the quality of care delivered to dual eligibles, while gaining greater control over the increasing costs of caring for this population by offering high quality coordinated care and improved outcomes. The First National Dual Eligibles Summit, October 30 - 31, 2012 in Los Angeles, will bring together policymakers, state government officials, advocates, experts, and caregivers who have been working on the front lines, providing care and advocating for the dual eligible population. Featured speakers and expert panels will provide analysis and perspective, and will share their hands-on experience in caring for this unique population. The two-day conference will include in-depth discussions of a number of different state demonstrations, plan and provider alignment strategies, the implications of the upcoming elections, and the long-term impact of health reform. In addition to compelling keynote presentations, there will be two content-rich pre-conferences and fifteen concurrent sessions offering participants a chance to discuss the implementation and operational challenges involved in managing care for dual eligibles, quality measurement, innovations in home and community based services, network strategies, and risk management. Please join us in discussing this urgent initiative with thought leaders, colleagues and national policy and program experts.

  • Executives and Board Members of Health Plans, Health Systems, Hospitals and Physician Organizations
  • Medical Directors
  • Physicians
  • Nurses, Nurse Practitioners and Other Allied Health Professionals
  • Pharmacists and Pharmacy Benefit Managers
  • Representatives of Purchasers, including Private Employers and Public Purchasers
  • Consumer Organization Representatives
  • Federal and State Government Officials
  • Health Care Regulators and Policy Makers
  • Health Benefits Consultants
  • Health Services Researchers and Academics
  • Health Care Attorneys and In-house Counsel
  • Chief Financial Officers
  • Chief Innovation Officers
  • Directors of Accountable Care
  • Directors of Quality Management and Improvement
  • Directors of Government Programs
  • Directors of Medicare Programs
  • Directors of Medicaid Programs
  • Directors of Network Contracting
  • Directors of Provider Relations
  • Directors of Finance and Reimbursement
  • Pharmaceutical Executives
  • Pharmaceutical Consultants


The California Association of Physician Groups (CAPG), www.CAPG.org, is the voice of organized medicine in California. CAPG is a professional association comprised of more than 150 of Californiaís leading physician groups. These groups employ and/or contract with physicians who in turn provide health care services to approximately 13 million Californians. CAPG is the nationís largest professional association representing physician groups practicing in the managed care model. Our members are committed to the delivery of coordinated, accountable, clinically integrated health services. We support our members through public advocacy, educational services and collaboration with other stakeholders in California healthcare.

The Integrated Healthcare Association (IHA) is a not-forprofit multi-stakeholder leadership group that promotes quality improvement, accountability and affordability of healthcare in California. IHA administers regional and statewide programs, serves as an incubator for pilot programs and projects, and actively convenes all healthcare parties for cross sector collaboration on healthcare topics. IHA principal projects include the California Pay for Performance Program (the largest private physician incentive program in the U.S.), the measurement and reward of efficiency in healthcare, administrative simplification, healthcare affordability, bundled episode of care payments, and accountable care organizations.

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